Bring a smile to your child’s face when they open up this fun lunch combination. Cheddar bunnies, fresh berries, Stonyfield YoKids smoothie, Honest Kids Berry Berry Good Lemonade — and of course, Mr. Bagel Man with hair made out of chives and Organic Valley cream cheese!submitted by: Annie'sJazz It Up!
Another way to jazz up lunch for more variety:
- Cheese pizza Annie’s shells and cheese (add organic crushed tomatoes or organic tomato sauce, oregano and top with grated Parmesan cheese)
- Sides include: an Organic Valley String cheese for dipping in sauce, a YoKids yogurt, Honest Kids juice and Annie’s Bunny Grahams (can add a small container of peanut butter or nutella for dipping) and Annie’s Bunny Fruits.
- An after school snack can include a YoKids Smoothie and an organic plum.
-Lunch created by Toni from Food (Just Sayin’).submitted by: Tonitags:Honest and Organic
Peanut butter and honey sandwich skewers with YoKids yogurt, Honest Kids Apple juice, Organic valley coolly jack stringle,
organic grapes, carrots and snap peas, and Annies cheddar bunnies.
Lunch created by Kendra from Biting the Hand That Feeds You.submitted by: KendraEat Your Fruits and Veggies!
Annie’s mac and cheese shells with sweet potato puree, Yokids squeezer, Organic Valley single serve milk, organic cherries, strawberries, carrots and snap peas, and Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies
Lunch created by Kendra from Biting the Hand That Feeds You.submitted by: KendraFor Picky Eaters
Children with sensory issues are often notoriously picky eaters. Here a frozen yogurt stick, granola bars, fresh strawberries, sliced raw sweet potato and and a juice pouch fortify my daughter until she gets home.
Lunch created by Robin from Mom Foodie.submitted by: RobinWatermelon Win!
It is often still hot when kids return to school. Here a juice pouch, carton of milk and watermelon ensure hydration, and even a light appetite will enjoy some cheese and crackers along with them.
Lunch created by Robin from Mom Foodie.submitted by: RobinFrozen feast
Organic Valley American Singles, organic Blackforest Ham, in between organic whole wheat crackers. Served with frozen blueberries, grapes, and kiwi. I like to pack frozen YoKids Squeezers for another side. It is defrosted by lunchtime and still cold. Organic Valley milk or water to drink.
Lunch created by Michelle from Mkokopelli.submitted by: Michelletags:Honey Graham Dunk
Whole wheat almond butter and honey sandwich, sliced pear, frozen grapes and raspberries, Stonyfield Vanilla yogurt with sunflower seeds. Serve with Annie’s Honey Graham Bunnies for dunking in the yogurt and water or Organic Valley Milk to drink.
Lunch created by Michelle from Mkokopelli.submitted by: MichelleLittle Bunny
Your little bunny will get a kick out of this “rabbit food” lunch! Themed lunches are an easy way to add creativity to the midday meal. It might even help your child try new foods that they might not otherwise eat!
Lunch components: Small green salad with shredded cheese and a boiled egg, organic baby carrots, Annie’s Homegrown Cheddar Bunnies, Annie’s Homegrown Bunny Fruit Snacks
Lunch created by Brandi from Mama Knows It All.submitted by: BrandiMade for a Rock Star
You don’t have to be a foodie to rock your child’s lunchbox! Everyday lunches are made special when you use a cookie cutter to make your sandwich into a cool shape. Don’t forget to add a sweet note to let your little one know how much they rock! Lunch components: Turkey and cheese sandwich w/spinach, apple slices, Honest Kids juice, Stonyfield YoSqueezer.
Lunch created by Brandi from Mama Knows It All.submitted by: Branditags:Granola Lunch
Pack some Stonyfield yokids yogurt. In a separate container, pack some fresh, seasonal fruit such as these local blueberries, along with some homemade granola. Let the kids layer it up when they have lunch. They’ll have sprinkling just what they like…when they like it. (Plus, it will keep the granola from getting soggy!)
Lunch created by Denise from Wholesome Mommy.submitted by: Denisetags:Going Simple
- Homemade Apple Chicken Salad,
- Organic Whole Wheat Sesame Crackers
- Organic Baby Carrots
- Annies Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks
- Annies Organic Cheddar Bunnies
- Blueberry YoKids Yogurt
- Organic Valley Milk
- Honest Kids Berry Lemonade Drink Pouch
We are all about going simple and having variety! I love to include as many natural colors as possible in the kids lunches to pack in various nutrients. They are both always excited to open their packs to see what is included. I like to add a simple note with something about them that I love or makes me smile to let them know I am thinking of them even when we are not together!
Lunch created by Amanda from The Frugal Greenish Mama.submitted by: AmandaTime Saving Alternative
Honest Kids Fruit Punch, Stonyfield Yokids Smoothie, Organic Unsweetened Applesauce, Small Salad with Ham and Tomatoes, My grandma’s “chicken” fried rice with turkey deli meat as a time-saving substitute and Annie’s Homegrown Cheddar bunnies.
Lunch created by Emi from The Cloth Diaper.submitted by: EmiHeart Shaped Apple
My 7 year old daughter is a little less picky than her older sister. She likes more fruits than veggies in her lunches. She loves yogurt. It’s easy to pop a YoKids Squeezer or a container of YoKids low fat yogurt into her lunch. I add a sweet twist on the apple slices by cutting out the core with a small heart-shaped cookie cutter. This isn’t something I do everyday, but occasionally I like to do it. It’s a fun surprise when she opens up her lunch box.
What’s in her lunchbox:
• YoKids blueberry yogurt with granola (main item)
• Banana and apples which she dips into
• Peanut butter (fruit and protein)
• Annie’s honey graham bunnies (sweet treat)
• Annie’s organic fruit snacks
• Honest kids apple juice
lunch created by Sheila from Pieces of A Mom.submitted by: SheilaThe Vegetarian Lunchbox
Here’s what I typically pack for my 11 year old daughter. She doesn’t eat sandwiches, and isn’t a big meat eater. So, I have to be creative with her sources of protein. Sometimes she dips the pita and cukes into the hummus. Other times, she’ll make a pita pocket and put the cukes and hummus inside. On occasion, I add a few jarred roasted red peppers.
What’s in her lunchbox:
• Pita bread
• Hummus (source of protein).
• Annie’s cheddar bunnies (salty snack)
• Granola bar (sweet treat)
• Stonyfield YoKids smoothie (her source of calcium)
• Honest Kids pink lemonade
Lunch created by Sheila from Pieces of A Mom.submitted by: SheilaGET ROCKING IDEAS FOR WHAT TO PACK.LUNCH TIPS FROM THE PROS ( OTHER PARENTS! )GET COUPONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Load up your KID'S lunchbox with the good stuff.BROUGHT TO YOU BY